Worship at Sea Island
Worship at Sea Island
Ascribe to the LORD the glory due his name; worship the LORD
in the splendor of his holiness. Psalm 29:2
Why We Worship
Worship is the central act of Christian identity and worshipping Christ Jesus is at the heart of what it means to be human. We see God’s larger purpose for our lives through worship, and it is also a way to be renewed and transformed in the peace, love, grace, and mercy of Jesus. Worship is praising God through participation in the liturgy of the day (work of the people) and affirming our faith in Jesus Christ as Lord. Christian worship joyfully ascribes all praise and honor, glory and power to the triune God.
Two Worship Services Every Sunday Morning
Early Worship begins at 8:30 am, Regular Worship starts at 10:30 am. Our 10:30 service includes the Kirk Choir, Children’s Message, a well as Children’s Church. Nursery care is available both services for children ages 0-4. We serve the Lord’s Supper at both services on the first Sunday each month.
Traditional Worship with Welcoming People
We use the liturgy of the Presbyterian Church and the atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming. Our traditional worship service includes hymns, responsive readings, organ music, as well as choral music. We pray the Lord’s Prayer together, sing the Doxology, and we affirm our faith with the words of The Apostle’s Creed. Sea Island Presbyterian celebrates the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month.
All Are Invited to Worship
Our congregation is a diverse mix of people, but we all share a common calling to follow Christ and to live the Jesus Way. We welcome all into our family of faith, receiving any neighbors who come searching for community as well as Christian sanctuary.
“Worship it at the very heart of the church’s life. All that the church is and does is rooted in its worship. The community of faith, gathered in response to God’s call, is formed in its worship. Worship is the principal influence that shapes our faith, and is the most visible way we express the faith.”
– Presbyterian Church (USA) Book of Order, from the Preface 1993